WHO: 95 Percent Of European Coronavirus Deaths Were People 60 Or Older, Young Still At Risk

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The World Health Organization (WHO) said Thursday that more than 95 percent of coronavirus deaths in Europe were for individuals age 60 or older, but warned young people are still at risk.

“The very notion that COVID-19 only affects older people is factually wrong,” Dr. Hans Kluge, head of the WHO’s Europe office, said during an online news conference in Copenhagen, the Associated Press reported. “Young people are not invincible.”

“Severe cases of the disease have been seen in people in their teens or 20s, with many requiring intensive care and some unfortunately passing away,” he added.

Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

2 COMMENTS

  1. 95 Percent Of European Coronavirus Deaths Were People 60 Or Older because they’re left in hospitals alone with doctors and nurses whoo do not even look at them after they hook them up with respirators.

  2. Young Still At Risk – no children died unless they had other complications.

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